Mountain Top Historical Society

Home of the 1913 Ulster & Delaware Train Station

5132 Route 23A, Haines Falls, NY

Board of Directors 2024 Annual Election Slate of Candidates and Voting Proxy Form

The Nominating Committee of the Mountain Top Historical Society recommends the following individuals for election to the Board of Directors. The election will take place at our Annual Meeting starting at 5:00 p.m. on Monday, July 8, 2024, at theĀ U & D Train Station on the MTHS campus.


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“Summer work (and some play)at the Catskill Mountain House 1925”

  • Our campus, including access to the Kaaterskill Rail Trail, is open year-round. Remember: Keep the Catskills Beautiful: Please CARRY OUT what you CARRY IN
  • The MTHS Visitors’ Center is open seasonally. The 1913 Ulster & Delaware Train Station is open during events.
  • While we’re in the process of moving information from our previous website to our new website, the previous site is still available at legacy.mths.org.

A view of the Kaaterskill Rail Trail on the MTHS campus. Walk this serene trail to access the top of Kaaterskill Falls.

Find the trail just beyond the 1913 Ulster & Delaware Train Station. It is a pleasant 1.5 mile walk to the falls and trail junctions with North-South Lake State Park.

The 1913 Ulster & Delaware Train Station on the MTHS campus, the last of its kind in Greene County. MTHS fully restored the train station with the help of generous volunteers and donors.

The station was originally built in 1913 and opened in 1914 to replace a small station in Haines Falls that was no longer adequate to handle the stream of tourists heading to the hotels and boarding houses in the area. Before being purchased by the MTHS, the station was a private home. It has been listed on national and state historic registers.

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Golden Anniversary Benefactor:

Ethel & Orville Slutzky Family Foundation Trust

Hunter Foundation, INC